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of the infrastructure that affection us all. the white house dealing with three scandals this morning. we are awaiting a response from the obama administration to all of them, the ap records seized, benghazi, the irs targeting conservatives and other groups. will the american public get some more explanations today. a white house press briefing scheduled ahead. stay with us. thank you. we're not in london, are we? no. why? apparently my debit card is. what? i know. don't worry, we have cancelled your old card. great. thank you. in addition to us monitoring your accounts for unusual activity, you could also set up free account alerts. okay. [ female announcer ] at wells fargo we're working around the clock to help protect your money and financial information. here's your temporary card. welcome back. how was london? [ female announcer ] when people talk, great things happen. angie's liat angie's list, i autyou'll find reviews. on everything from home repair to healthcare written by people just like you. if you want to save yourself time and avoid a hassle, go to angie's list. at angie's list, you'll fi
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in office. yes, it was a bad week for the white house politically. maybe the worst of obama's second term. will it derail his legacy? after all, he promised to help us prosper. >> we believe that america's prosperity must rest upon the broad shoulders of a rising middle class. we know that america thrives when every person can find independence and pride in their work. when the wages of honest labor liberate family from the brink of hardship. >> this white house is stuck in crisis management, not legacy building. for now. >> the chief political strategist at potomac research group and the editorial director of the national journal, gentlemen, welcome to the program. greg, it is not off i get to see teapot dome scandal on television. we're trying to put this in perspective. really trying to put this really into perspective. you say the scandals could push democrats away from the president this summer. put it in perspective for me. how does it hurt our economic recovery or does it matter? >> i think it is going to hurt barack obama's ability to spin a pretty good story with the economy impr
is the next step for the white house? we learned that senior officials at obama administration's treasury department actually knew about the irs targeting as early as june 2012. think back. that was during the last presidential election campaign. bob cusack, good morning. i'm good but bob, bob, bob, what we have yet another scandal adding to benghazi and all. you said heads should roll. you want to name names? >> that is what steven miller wasn't that underage names. they planted this question to get this out instead of informing congress. we've had two heads roll steven miller being one of them. that is what the white house needs to do. they need to shakeup the irs and take control of the situation. can you imagine if this had come out right before the election. possibly could have really done the whole thing. >> jamie: i think about what if it hadn't come out, even now? this practice could continue? >> that's right. >> jamie: how far does the chain of command does it go up? >> it could just be contained to the irs. the only reason it came out was because the inspector general was lookin
diversity of black presidents that you had with white presidents. >> jon: that almost made sense. >> jon, obama black, cool, intlrl, woodrow will international black president. we still need a war hero black president, an ex-movie star black president, a peanut farmer black president. >> jon: can i tell you something, carter looked actually kind of nice with the corn rows. >> jon, those are peanut rows rz are they peanut rows. >> they are. >> stephen: how about a black slaft president. >> like taft, we have to have a black taft, a blaft. >> jon: yeah! >> that blaft was a bad motha. >> jon: shut yo mouth. >> i'm talking about blaft. >> jon: i can dig it. >> blaft lam-- . >> jon: the bottom line. >> that's my line, jon. >> jon: yeah, you're right. >> that's okay. (laughter) >> jon: i'm sorry. >> that's all right, that's okay, jon. we're having fun. let's go with it. >> jon: i was thrown back into richard roundtree mode. >> threats let's do blaft again. >> blaft! >> it's still our turn, the presidency is like the ring. it's the precious. excuse me, sorry, it's the precious, based on the nov
trusted you and trusted obama? >> well, i definitely have a problem with cutting social security and medicare. >> stop that man in the white house. i need that money. you've got to stop him. >> well, i don't agree with president obama. i do think that... >> stop him. we want to protect your social security. >> that bad man in the white house is going to take away all my money. >> he's not a bad man. wasn't born here, you know. he's an arab. he's an arab. you know he's a muslim. sean hannity told me that. you have to do something about this. oh, jenny. my granddaughter jenny whom i've never met. because your mother married a black man. >> the people in my district especially the older women in my district love president obama. but they don't like what he's proposed for medicare and social security. >> so you don't agree with the president on that. >> i don't. when will you say enough, i'm ready to be a republican? >> that's not happening. no? . yes? no. congresswoman, thank you for taking the time to talk to me today. >> thank you. stephen: let's put maryland's fourth up on the bi
protection program, but where are they now? damage control over at the white house has president obama takes steps to defuse scandals. can he save his second term agenda. an exclusive inside look at how the u.s. military now force-feeding hunger striking terror suspects at guantanamo bay in cuba, why defense lawyers insist it's all inhumane. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> we begin with a story first reported on cnn. two former participants in the federal witness security program, one identified as a known terrorist and the other a suspected terrorist were at least for a while lost, yes, lost, by the u.s. marshal service. the justice department now says they've been accounted for, but the incident raised an in an inspector general's report raises very disturbing questions. jake tapper broke the story earlier on cnn. tell our viewers what we know right now. this was very disturbing. >> the department of justice inspector general was researching the witness security program, what people probably know better from tv and movies, the witness relocation program and found a wh
it as far back as 2011. the white house says president obama's concerned about it, means senator susan collins talked about it on cnn this morning. >> it's evident that some senior officials did know about it, and have known about it for some time. the allegations go back at least two years. so that is very troubling. >> syria and the rebels released four u.n. peacekeepers, but a syrian official said that president bashar al ashaud's croups to enter the golan heights whenever they want. senator john mccain said president obama's stance on syria -- >> the president by saying red line, gave a green light to all those massacres and it's a shameful chapter in american history. >>> and the administration continues to feel the brunt of last year's attack on benghazi. though she neither said president obama nor secretary hillary clinton acted with ill-intent, democratic senator dianne feinstein wishes the administration responded to the attack differently. >> the president, by saying red line -- >> quickly -- >> he gave a green light to all of those massacres and it's a shameful chapter in am
. at the white house this morning, president obama meeting with david cameron. the talks are likely to center around u.s./u.k. relations along with syria and north korea. coming up in about half an hour they'll answer reporters' questions during a news conference in the east room of the white house. we will have that for you live here on c-span. also at noon, and look at the prison at guantanamo bay. we will examine the prison as well as mistakes made with interrogation techniques posted by the heritage foundation expected to get underway at 12 noon eastern. the u.s. house is that today at 2:00 for a brief session. business will continue tomorrow. members are going to call for the full repeal of the 2010 health care law. the senate is back today at 2:00 p.m. for morning business only. it tomorrow they will continue working on the water infrastructure bill authorizing dozens of waterway projects around the country. let coverageweek, is on c-span and c-span2. we are standing by for a joint news conference from president obama and david cameron. it is coming up at 11:15 a.m. until that time, a d
us how these things happen. in order to guide the white house along. here are some questions that president obama should answer at tomorrow's press conference. question one, it's crucial. to decided that susan rice should go on five sunday talk shows? who decided to send her out there. there is a follow-up. emails released today proved that cia deputy director mike morell signed off on ambassador rice's talking points even though they were wrong. why hasn't he explained 8 months boss david petraeus on the record uncomfortable blaming the attack on a video. why hasn't morrell been fired like miller? second question armed teams on the night christopher stephens and three other americans were killed by terrorists. why didn't those teams help the ambassador? very specifically, why didn't they help? next question. when exactly, mr. president, were you convinced the benghazi attack was generated by organized terrorists and not by a spontaneous mob? two weeks after the attack still1 you were still referencing an anti-muslim video when you were just told days after the fact by your o
. they asked the white house dog bo to change his name to checkers this week. do you remember when obama was telling in this is when the ocean starts to recede, yeah, why do you know bs is less dense than ice. >> bill: i assume from that opening monologue that you are not really buying the white house's explanation for any of these things? >> billy, you have shut out the lights in the last in the room. i'm out, man. >> bill: you have been out for a while. it looks like you are going to be a prophet here. but, let's take it one by one. the thing about carney -- >> -- billy, he was a professor at the university of chicago. that's where they had enrique cycletron not only does the buck not stop with the president anymore. it speeds up there do you remember that ride at the amusement park the whip that would make it down to the end? that's the buck in this white house. never has the guy been more out of the loop, who i am told is the the center of it all. listen, forget change in the world as we know it wake up. check your file of facts. it's hitting the fan, powell. >> bill: now, i said ear
. >>> damage control at the white house. president obama is hitting back, taking steps to contain a series of major controversies. can he save his second term agenda? >>> an exclusive inside look how the u.s. military is force feeding hunger stricken detainees in guantanamo bay. defense lawyers say it is inhumane. >>> giant waves of ice 30 feet high in some places pushing ashore and crushing lake front homes. we want to welcome our viewers in the united states and around the world. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." ♪ >>> we begin over at the white house wherehe
surrounding his white house for now. however, under stormy skies in atlanta, mr. obama attempted to move the focus off the irs, benghazi, and the associated press. he spoke about the economy and health care in his address to morehouse college. >> my job as prdz is to advocate for policies that generate more opportunity for everybody. policies that strengthen the middle class and give more people the chance to climb their way into the middle class. policies that create more good jobs and reduce poverty and educate more children and give more families the security of health care and protect more of our children from the horrors of gun violence. that's my job. >> so can the president change the focus from the recent scandals and controversies? let's turn to charles blow in new york and errol in washington. writing for the "new york times." good to see you both. >> ross, let me begin with you. the president seems to be moving forward. his approval rating is up even after all these controversies were revealed. so does washington move forward along with, or will critics continue to kind of rai
to be in the white house. president obama was hit with a trio of controversies. the aftermath of the benghazi hearing, the revelation that the justice department had obtained the phone records of reporters during a leak investigation and an inspector general report found that the irs targeted tea party and conservative groups improperly. the president is trying to pivot from those as we look to next week. but the irs scandal is not going away. people already don't like the irs and this only adds to it. it has the potential to derail the president's second term agenda. obama wants immigration reform done but he has to show he's on top of this scandal to restore credibility to the agency or it will give conservatives a big opening to say, see, the government can't run the irs. how can it implement health care or properly secure the border? it will be very thorny in the it will be very thorny in the next few days and it will it will be very thorny in the nextare you still sleeping? just wanted to check and make sure that we were on schedule. the first technology of its kind... mom and dad, i have great
from mr. obama is own administration and it gets complicated. the white house asked chuck schumer to reintroduce the shield back to limit the white house ability to interfere with news organizations or make reporters reveal their sources and today we found out about the attorney general does not know and varied little about what he does during testimony in front of the house judiciary committee. >> one of the compelling process from a media outlet is to give notice do you know, why that was not done ? >> there are exceptions to the rule i do not know with regard to this particular case why that was or was not done. i don't have a factual basis for that queetion. >> over the course of 24 hours obama masters lead changed its tune while trying to turn the direction of the threat that the scandals pose to the presidency. now to the benghazi e-mail's the white house had more than 100 pages of the males for the talking point* on did deadly attack and the document uniquely timed with the president's actions on the irs and for much more reid turn to fox business washington correspondent
.s. borders. again, live coverage of that over on c-span3. at the white house today, president obama meeting with the turkish prime minister, the two are expected to discuss the situation in syria, among a number of other issues. they'll also hold a joint news conference at noon eastern today . president obama said he'll talk more about the resignation yesterday of i.r.s. acting commissioner steven miller in response to the news that i.r.s. officials targeted certain conservative groups. we'll have live coverage of the news conference from the white house on c-span3. yerl this morning michelle bachmann, who chairs the tea party caucus in the house, and other republican members and representatives of tea party groups across the country held a news conference on capitol hill to discuss the i.r.s. targeting. ere it is. >> thank you, everyone, for being here. my name is michelle bachmann, i'm a member of congress from minnesota's sixth congressional district. i'm also the chairman of the tea party caucus in the house of representatives and a former federal tax litigation attorney for the i.r.s.,
says anything that relates to anybody connected to the white house, mr. obama will really be in trouble. >> interesting right there. >>> let's go back out live to the amgen tour of california that is right now crossing the beautiful golden gate bridge. that is an iconic shot right there. we have some of the world's top cyclists crossing one of the world's most notable bridges. >> that's right. and we'll be right back with more. ,,,,,, . >>> another live look right now at the cyclists in the amgen tour of california, crossing the golden gate bridge. as we speak, 111 cyclists on their way right now to santa rosa from marina green, the final leg of the tour of california. . >>> and here is a look now at this morning's top stories. another big event going on as we speak as well. >> that's right. it's the bay to breakers. it got going in san francisco within the past hour. tilusa of ethiopia finished first among men and diane curry johnson from africa was the top finisher among women. she finished 8th in last month's boston marathon as well. >>> and "face the nation" is next on kpix 5 in a f
morning news. >>> president barack obama is welcoming david cameron to the white house and the two will hold talks ranging from civil war and counterterrorism. they will also hold a press conference for the group of 8 in northern ireland. >>> they are ending the search in the wreckage in bangladesh after a factory collapsed. it is believed there are no more victims and they have illegally added three more floors and the building had equipment that the building was not designed to hold. >>> police in passive can want your -- pacifica want your help after he beat an injured a man, his weapon, a skateboard. a man is accused of beating another man with a skateboard several times last month off hickey boulevard. investigators say the victim and the suspect had just been involved in a car crash and had been exchanging phone numbers. police also released a sketch of a woman who was a passenger in the susquehanna's car. >>> a passenger, services for nadia will be held. he has been with the city council since 1999 and she died last week. she will not only be missed by her husband and two so
's the wrinkle for a lot of people. >> absolutely. and it is fascinating in terms of how the white house has approached this. president obama did say today at the press conference that the first he knew about this was from news reports on friday. it shows the degree to which the irs was not making this information out there public. politically though, it is an issue that both sides will go after it. they realize they have to. the irs is supposed to be tim partial referee. it is something that a lot of folks say if people don't trust the irs in any capacity, they think it is a political arm of the obama administration, it will have dire, dire effects in terms of the ability for any bipartisanship to move forward. i go back to what i said before. this is for the obama administration extremely damaging. because it feeds this conservative idea that government is to blame. the government is corrupt. that they're directing government in a way to personally target republicans. and republicans feel that they don't think it is in any sense playing and there is no type of deal to be made on immigratio
of the interesting parts of the obama administration's and the white house's reaction to the benghazi controversy or scandal is the fact that they have now accepted the fact that what a lot of us were reporting in september and october -- i was with another network and i was reporting all these state department requests being denied, all these individuals on the ground in libya asking the state department we need more security, why are you taking away our airplane, we want a tour of this security team extended. and the white house and state department was pushing back very aggressively in my report saying that's not true, this is not an issue, this is not the case. now they accept that it is true, now they accept that it is the case and it is one of the points of the three controversies before, during and after and the response to the security situation in benghazi, it is the one that they are seeding and it is the one that the independent review concludes was handled incredibly poorly by the state department. >> that's why the president went out of his way just now saying we're going to learn fr
that errors were made. but they were not caused bipartisan views. yesterday president obama named miller's replacement. white house budget official daniel werfel is expected to stay on through september. >>> when a 7th grader from reno started choking on lunch, a quick-thinking friend saved his life. the entire thing was caught on tape at that school. check out dj miller standing and eating, then trying to get a drink of water. turns out he was choking. he gets his friend angelo's attention. angelo without hesitation jumps right into action patting him on the back and then starts in with the heimlich maneuver. and he got his good friend drinking and breathing once again. >> i think he could have died or something and just glad i was here. he is one of my best friends. so it's good to still have him here. >> angelo says he never really learned how to do the heimlich. it just says -- he says instinct just kicked in. the school is now planning on holding a heimlich lesson for the entire student body. probably a good idea. >> that is a good idea. i think everyone should know how to do that.
burns. as the white house scrambles to resell obama care to the public, democrats are pulling out all the stops. >> we have certain inalienable rights of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. one might argue that education and health care fall into those provisions of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. although health care was not listed per se in the constitution, it should be a constitutional right. >> life, check. liberty, check, pursuit of happiness, check, in the constitution. john, i don't see obama care anywhere in this document. >> it's not, eric. unfortunately the representative and many democrats are ignorant as to just what a right is. a right is aight to action, to pursue your life, liberty and happiness. it's not a right to a freebie or a gooder service from someone else. just a notion of a right to health care means that other people are enslaved to provide you with that health care. the result is the destruction of all rights. that's why the founders understood it to be individual rights. it's your life, your liberty and your happiness. that's why health
the white house but brock obama has not been damaged yet but holder holds the key to future damaging and he simply resigns. people come and go and half of the cabinet officers left already from the first term. why not holder? why cling to the next three years of the attorney general that many people don't have confidence and? neil: douglas brinkley we shall see. good to have you. when consumer protection groups protect themselves and what makes you think they are interested in protecting you? the news that you may not want to use. after this. neil: they are supposed to look out for you but today they are looking now for themselves first the consumer protection in vero workers voting to unionize that is not good for consumers. would you make of this? >> we saw this with tsa when they decided to unionize as well when it should be more about national security and they're more concerned about what they need to wear and what benefits they will get what is interesting with the consumer financial protection and bureau is this came about because of office space they are moving into new headquarters
an obama administration effort to silence critics. time and again white house officials said that's not so and never a good day when the spokesman has to respect defend the president's respect for the first amendment. >> thanks, jim. >> kathleen carol, good to have you with us. justice department says we didn't do anything improper. they say, look, we can get your records. you made the phone call. phone companies have them. we can get them. do you think something illegal was done? >> i don't know because we don't know anything. they have seized secretly the phone records for two months of ap phones, 20 different phone lines and, you know, i have no way to know if that's illegal or not. >> attorney general holder said that and the deputy attorney general wrote you a letter saying this, we are required to negotiate with the media organizations in advance of issues subpoenas unless doing so would pose a threat to the integrity of the investigation. they say they were looking in to try to find the person that leaked the information to you of a cia operation in yemen. they said they need to fin
of justice says it's now looking into whether the irs violated any civil rights. >>> newly released white house e-mails provide a glimpse into how the obama administration handled the talking points right after the benghazi terror attack. the 99 pages of e-mails between the white house, state department and cia detail the preparation of those points, the same ones susan rice used the following sunday on multiple morning news shows. an e-mail from then cia director david petraeus reveals some of thinks hesitations. petraeus writes, "no mention of the cable to cairo either? frankly, i just as asoon not use this then." the concern after the deputies scratched out mentions in initial talking points memo about al qaeda, the experience of fighters in libya, a warning to the embassy on the eve of the attack and more. >>> u.s. officials say a person who played a central role in the benghazi attack has been identified. federal criminal charges against that person will soon be made public. >>> attorney general eric holder says it wasn't his him but his number two who made the call to subpoena phone
. thanks very much for watching. erin burnett "outfront" starts right now. "outfront" next, the white house in damage control mode. obama administration hit with three controversies. does the buck stop with the president? plus the latest from the investigation in boston. dzhokhar tsarnaev was hiding e - written by him. going to tell you what it says. first big break in that case. and the company that told angelina jolie she could face cancer is under serious fire tonight. we have a special investigation. let's go out front. >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. there are three controversies threatening the white house and the response from the obama administration sounds -- well, why don't you take a listen? >> i can assure you that i certainly did not know anything about the ig report before the ig report had been leaked through press -- >> i would as the cia. >> i was not the person involved in that decision. >> so who was? where exactly does the buck stop? who knew that the irs was targeting conservative groups that were trying to get tax exempt status? who led the american publi
, anyway. "outfront" next, the white house in damage control mode. obama administration hit with three controversies. does the buck stop with the president? plus the latest from the investigation in boston. a note found in the boat where dzhokhar tsarnaev was hiding written by him. going to tell you what it says. first big break in that case. and the company that told angelina jolie she could face cancer is under serious fire tonight. we have a special investigation. let's go out front. >>> good evening, everyone. i'm erin burnett. there are three controversies threatening the white house and the response from the obama
is a social innovator and appointed by president obama to the white house council for community solutions. thank you all for being here. >> thank you for having us. >> our goal is to get to solutions why are people poor? >> i think the media and legislators have a certain attitude about poverty and about people who are poor, so first of all, we need to change our attitudes and make sure they are at the table, the decision-making table and that they have an opportunity to have a voice in the media as well. >>> so we've got attitudes, we've got or wage structure, and we've got an issue of childhood poverty. mayor, do you have a different way of imagining why are people poor? >> i think people are poor, because we are turning away from making the hard decision, we are no longer treating poverty in the united states of america as a national crisis, and the entire discussion around poverty has moved away. so in my mind, many of our conservative friends have been winning the argument. we're not making -- we now immediate to make, because those initiatives have lost in terms of public opinion de
-term curse for obama? >> talk about a bad week for the white house. add on the i.r.s. spying on tea party groups, and this benghazi situation, and i think you have to start to wonder about the second term. remember katrina hit in august of 2005, a couple months after the point we are at in the second term. i remember a former bush administration official telling me long ago they were having staff problems, long after robert left. i said, are you guys on the b team? and they said, no we're on the vertical team. the obama administration is going to have some difficulties, you know, staffing is the white house with top-tier really smart officials, because those officials they went through in the first five and eventually six years get tired and burned out. so this is the cycle, this is the big problem that any second-term white house faces. i think the obama folks are getting the taste of it. >> robert appreciated that. i'm just speaking for him. congressman says tack, our next topic is the landmark rulings. ruth bader ginsberg spoke yet say she supports a woman's right to choose, however sh
party was bedeviling obama over the debt ceiling the idea that the white house is not involved with getting this investigation to intimidate or put out of business the tea party, i have --. for example greg government abuse of power is a federal crime. >> this is the total politicization of the federal government. we have the justice department, the i.r.s., we have the white house law donilom and there are answers to questions that have to be gotten to get our government back. >> it is chicago gangster politics. the i.r.s. thing, 16,000 more agents in charge of health care? go back to the other issue: there are big questions, and the question is, where did the video come from? it didn't fall from the sky. >>gregg: we will talk about hillary clinton although she has not said whether she is running for president. could the fallout from benghazi derail former secretary of state, hillary clinton before it gets off the ground? our insiders will weigh in on that. ber 17, 1903, the wright brothers became the first in flight. [ goodall ] i think the most amazing thing is how like us th
, he met with president obama at the white house. he called the bombing attacks an appalling outrage. mr. cameron wants to offer condolences to those victims. >>> actress angelina jolie has revealed she has undergone a preventive double mastectomy. she wrote that she has the gene that sharply increases her risk of dreping breast cancer. coming up at -- developing breast cancer. coming up at 7:45, pam cook will have the deeper reasons behind angelina jolie's surge to get -- surgery to get surgery and how her family played a big part. >>> jerry brown will release his budget plan and will reveal what he wants to do with the surplus money. he doesn't want the state to go on a spending spree. the budget has to be approved by the state legislature before it takes effect on july 1st. >>> 7:33. new in palo alto, you smokers will soon have one less place to light up. last night the city council passed a city ban in parks. brian flores is live in palo alto right now. when will the new rules begin, brian? >> reporter: in a couple of months. >> reporter: reaction is mixed. you have advocacy grou
against barack obama again. well, they're running against barack obama and they're tying up the white house and they're tying up the agenda and it's really unfortunate because we have real problems. >> real problems from immigration to jobs, jobs, jobs. >> guns. >> and they're messing with some things that happened that were serious in terms of not only the liberties of the press, but what happened in benghazi and what happened that those leaks were about, as the attorney general, it put lives at risk. this is serious stuff. this is not petty politics. david corn and joan walsh, thank you both for your time tonight. >> thank you. >> thank you. >>> still ahead, dick cheney accuses president obama of a coverup. really? republicans seem to be suffering from scandal amnesia. they've totally forgotten about the bush years. >>> also, today's stunning news about angelina jolie and her new focus on getting quality, affordable health care for millions of women. stay with us. ♪ [ agent smith ] i've found software that intrigues me. it appears it's an agent of good. ♪ [ agent smith ] ge soft
of the case. >> which is the white house saying, oh, my god, we've got to tamp this down to help obama win the election. >> you think this is smart. >> no question they took out in the editing process, obviously no question. nobody disgraes that they took out references to al qaeda, et cetera. the question is why did they do it? the thing that i just read from the general counsel was, that's because the d.o.j., the department of justice, the fbi who will handle the investigation don't want us saying anything publicly or even internally. >> let's take this, they didn't want to mention al qaeda or the previous attacks. why did they continue to say through the mouth of susan rice on "meet the press", that it was basically a demonstration that evolved into a terrorist attack. why are they still trying to play down it was terrorism? >> i talked to someone involved in the drafting of the talking points earlier today. the explanation is that we still didn't clearly know there was conflicting information -- >> why did obama say it was terrorism. >> the attacks happened after the attacks on cairo.
's what we're going to do. thank you very much. >> bret: president obama in the east room of the white house, announcing that he's holding parties responsible for what happened at the irs after seeing the irs internal investigation, the inspector general's report. he has had secretary lew, the treasury secretary request and accept the resignation of the acting irs commissioner, steven miller. he also said he's going to work with congress to make sure that this does not happen again. a fairly sment. as we predicted, taking action tonight after a paper statement last night. with that, let's bring back our panel for some reaction. judge napolitano, a.b. studdard, and charles krauthammer. charles? >> that was a holding operation. that was the absolute minimum he could have done. he relieves one person. he obviously had to. he had to relieve at least one person. he chose, of course, the acting competition. i would have expected more. the other actions he announced are up to now meaningless. obama and this administration has said a hundred times they're going to hold x, y, z accountable for
.r.s. after the ouster of acting commissioner. president obama made the announcement from the white house yesterday calling the i.r.s. conduct inexcusable and saying americans are rightfully angry. miller was asked to resign facing the growing political scandal over the i.r.s. having targeted conservative groups like the tea party in their applications for tax-exempt status and the f.b.i. also is investigating. >> ahead, look out, deer, a passenger hops a ride on a bus and causes a stir and he got on the bus just got to see it. >> thousands of customers with a popular bank could soon be ow to see if yoake 500,000ou mistake when it comes to a pitcher. what they did wrong and what he is doing >> we are tracking some impressive locking radar runs with light rain is falling in the eastern section of contra costa and alameda counties so highway 4 through discovery bay or the altamont pass headed to livermore, expect a few sprinkles. we have some develop from south san francisco down to the san mateo bridge. possible sprinkles here. we will keep an eye on it. we have not seen much in the camera
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order and unless president obama decides to lift the moratorium and release them and cleared for release, expect demonstrations outside the white house. >> the number of registered refugees has exceeded 1.5 million. the real fear could be much higher. accelerated, have 1 million have fled -- fled to camps. it accuses russia of making it worse by sending the cruise missiles to syria. >> this is the unfortunate decision that will embolden the regime. ill-time and very unfortunate. , athe general is in moscow and thetalks international peace conference at syria. gosh the way the parties can sit down together. they lower the tensions and absorber all the pending issues, what ever they may be from a dialogue in a peaceful manner. they are there in that regard. >> the beginning of the conference should be set on a special anniversary or date. as well as the participants from other countries. >> escalating violence and extremism, they began bombing -- the bombing in the northeast with the the biggest military offensive since it began the uprising in 2009. the fighting is centered around the gam
a chill up your spine. >> the white house press secretary says president obama expects swift punishment for those responsible for the misconduct. >>> the legal battle over drake's bay oyster company is scheduled to be back in court this week. on tuesday, hearing is scheduled to appeal a ruling about whether or not the historic oyster company can operate on national park service land during legal proceedings. drake's company was ordered off the state land. after that there have been several counter suits claiming that drake's bay is operating without a permit. however drake's bay claims it filed for the permit years ago and that the commission has delayed issuing it. >>> on this mother's day every mom wants to feel like she's someone special. ktvu's katie yuta reports on some moms that sometimes have problems feeling special but not today. >> reporter: the blowing of the blow drier and the song of a violin made it a special day for mothers from a shelter. the mother's day at hamilton shelter made everyone feel special. and make up from artists from bloomingdale. >> i've never had my make
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they happened. what is your feeling on whether the white house and president obama's at mrgs acted quickly enough? >> i they they did. they wanted the report before making any final comment you the president acted very quickly, which it is. congress should do its job with respect to oversight. >> congressman, i know you've been involved in the disclose act, attempts to make more transparent the donor process with some of these groups. was something like this inevitable, giving the way the campaign finance laws have played out with the i.r.s. overseeing some of these groups? is this a -- are we reaping what we have sown legislatively here? >> well, chris, it was not inevitable that they would target right-leaning groups based on, you know, certainly key words, but the underlying point you are raising is an important one, which is that after citizens united, which was the supreme court case that said corporations could spend as much as they wanted, you have a proliferation of these groups trying to get into this game and get tax-exempt status, and at the same time not have to disclose their
own pals as the white house scandals grow more scandily. charlie wrangle says obama owes explanations for the doj and irs mess. >> i don't think anyone truly believes the president has given a sufficient answer for america much less press. >> they don't have enough guests on that show. the president is in such a pickle chris matthew's leg barely has a tickle. the host said the irs scandal, quote, underminds the basic trust in government." what does obama have to say? does he think it is inexcusable and americans are right to be angry about it and she an gruey about it? and will he not tolerate this behavior in any agency, but especially in the irs? >> it is inexcusable, and americans are right to be angry about it and i am angry about it. i will not tolerate this kind of behavior in any agenty, but especially in the irs. >> glad you said what i wrote or whatever. obama also announced that the acting head of the irs, steven miller, has resigned in the fallout. i hope he takes a jet airliner somewhere. meanwhile, we are learning more about the -- that was so stupid -- about the irs shad
in in the obama white house to say goodbye when i was leaving in 2009 and we have a little discussion and i said to this person, why was it that one of the first things the obama white house did that caused a lot of upset in britain, was get the bust of winston churchill that bend in the bush oval office and chuck it out, just get rid of that? why did you do that? your best ally in the whole world than this guy looked to me, i can't say who it is. he looked at me and he said you people are mad. we thought it was eisenhower he said. i thought you know he was only half joking actually because that is, that is modern america. it is people who have a view of the world that is not the kind of mayflower view of the world. it's not the view of the world you get in kansas city missouri. it's not the view of the world among the stolid older generation of wise americans who do regard britain as being something special. i spend a lot of my time particularly in this -- states pretending to be hugh grant basically in that kind of english thing and people loved that but i am very very a where that future amer
say the white house is still being dishonest. the obama administration is under pressure after a new e-mail chain shows they were watered down by multiple agencies. some say the white house needs to come clean. >> i'd call it a cover up. i would call it a cover up in the extent that there was willful removal of information which was obvious, it was obvious the american people were effectively lied to for a period of about a month. this was a terrorist attack from the get-go. they were in fact covering up an easy attack that succeeded that was from the get go really about a terrorist attack. it was never about a video. >> let's bring in our political panel, republican strategist and cnn analyst, anna navarro from miami. democratic strategist maria cardona from washington. anna, cover-up? that's a pretty strong accusation. do you think the white house is guilty of a cover-up on benghazi? >> i don't know. i would like to know. i think at the very least, don, very serious mistakes were made. i think at the very worst, it was intentional and it was a cover-up, but at this point, we don't kn
report." a very rough 48 hours for team obama. the hard questions for the white house just keep coming. is his whole second term going up in smoke? we begin tonight with the growing irs scandal, which has the administration in full-scale damage control mode. and just over an hour ago, the highly anticipated inspector general's report on this was released. cnbc's eamon javers joins us with details. good evening. >> good evening, this is the report you're talking about. it's a report from the inspector general, who deals with the irs. let's walk through a couple key findings here that have been absorbing washington over the past couple days. now is our first chance to actually dive in and read the report. here's what they said they found. they found that the irs has used inappropriate criteria that identified tea party and other groups applying for tax exempt status. the irs also caused delays in processing certain applications, and it issued unnecessary information requests to groups for information such as who their donors are and other identifying information about how they operated.
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